Jungle Book (2016)

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the-jungle-bookThe great movie with the outstanding story of a man-cub was released on 15th of April 2016; it is directed by Jon Favreau and produced by Brigham Taylor. The story of the movie is real as a child was found by a wolf; he and his wife raised him with the cubs. The story is impressive and engaging watching the man-cub sets out on a journey of self-discovery with the animal companions. By utilizing the computer generated imaginary, the team of Jungle book was able to portray the animals and the overall setting.
The main character around which the story revolves is Mowgli, the adventure begins when Shere Khan (Tiger) warns him to leave the jungle because he doesn’t want any human being to visit or live in jungle due to the destruction made by the human beings in jungle years ago. The companions of Mowgli, a bear (Baloo) and a panther (Bageera) don’t leave him alone from the starting to the end of his journey. While on his journey, he comes across many other animals including a giant ape (King Louie) and a python (Kaa) who try to get the benefit from him, the python tries to hypnotize him through his eye singing “Trust in me” to know a secret of “Red flower”.
The voice over in the movie is outstanding and the special effects made it something worth-watching. All the things, either small or big sized are given real look through the special effects which brought success to the movie. Not a single deep detail is overlooked and the songs made the movie lively. There are multiple songs in the movie, but the famous are “Bare necessities” and “Trust in me”. It is obvious that talking animals look weird, but the great work and efforts of the voice cast and the special effect team engage the viewers with their expertise. It is a great movie for the kids as well as adults visually and musically. It is one of the best movies that are directed and produced on the story and plot of Walt Disney cartoon movie.

Jungle Book (2016)
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